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OC-111R.jpgOC-111 Shepherd Islands9 viewsThe Shepherd Islands (coordinates 16.8°S 168.5°ECoordinates: 16.8°S 168.5°E) are a group of islands lying between the larger islands of Epi and Éfaté, in the Shefa province of Vanuatu. They were named by Captain Cook after Anthony Shepherd, a British astronomer and friend of Cook. In the 2009 census the population numbered 3634. The Shepherd Islands are quite densely populated. There is little economic activity although fishing is very good.
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OC-111A.jpgOC-111 Shepherd Islands9 viewsThe Shepherd Islands (coordinates 16.8°S 168.5°ECoordinates: 16.8°S 168.5°E) are a group of islands lying between the larger islands of Epi and Éfaté, in the Shefa province of Vanuatu. They were named by Captain Cook after Anthony Shepherd, a British astronomer and friend of Cook. In the 2009 census the population numbered 3634. The Shepherd Islands are quite densely populated. There is little economic activity although fishing is very good.
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an-001.jpgAN-001 Antarctica Graham Land West (Adelaide Island) group8 viewsAdelaide Island or Isla Adelaida or Isla Belgrano is a large, mainly ice-covered island, 139 kilometres (75 nmi) long and 37 kilometres (20 nmi) wide, lying at the north side of Marguerite Bay off the west coast of the Antarctic Peninsula
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an-002r.jpgAN-002 Bouvet Island8 viewsBouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya[1][2]) is an uninhabited subantarctic high island and dependency of Norway located in the South Atlantic Ocean at 54°25′S 3°22′ECoordinates: 54°25′S 3°22′E, thus locating it north of and outside the Antarctic Treaty System. It lies at the southern end of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and is the most remote island in the world, approximately 1,700 kilometres (1,100 mi) north of the Princess Astrid Coast of Queen Maud Land, Antarctica, 1,160 kilometres (720 mi) east of the South Sandwich Islands and 2,600 kilometres (1,600 mi) south-southwest of the coast of South Africa.
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an-003.jpgAN-003 Heard Island8 viewsThe Territory of Heard Island and McDonald Islands[1][2] (HIMI[3]) is an Australian external territory comprising a volcanic group of barren Antarctic islands. The islands are among the most remote places on Earth: They are located approximately 4,099 km (2,547 mi) southwest of Perth,[4] 3,845 km (2,389 mi) southwest of Cape Leeuwin, Australia, 4,200 km (2,600 mi) southeast of South Africa, 3,830 km (2,380 mi) southeast of Madagascar, 1,630 km (1,010 mi) north of Antarctica, and 450 km (280 mi) southeast of the Kerguelen Islands.[5] The islands are currently uninhabited.
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an-003r.jpgAN-003 Heard Island8 viewsThe Territory of Heard Island and McDonald Islands[1][2] (HIMI[3]) is an Australian external territory comprising a volcanic group of barren Antarctic islands. The islands are among the most remote places on Earth: They are located approximately 4,099 km (2,547 mi) southwest of Perth,[4] 3,845 km (2,389 mi) southwest of Cape Leeuwin, Australia, 4,200 km (2,600 mi) southeast of South Africa, 3,830 km (2,380 mi) southeast of Madagascar, 1,630 km (1,010 mi) north of Antarctica, and 450 km (280 mi) southeast of the Kerguelen Islands.[5] The islands are currently uninhabited.
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an-004.jpgAN-004 Peter I Island8 viewsPeter I Island (Norwegian: Peter I Øy)[1] is an uninhabited volcanic island in the Bellingshausen Sea, 450 kilometres (280 mi) from continental Antarctica. It is claimed as a dependency of Norway, and along with Bouvet Island and Queen Maud Land comprises one of the three Norwegian dependent territories in the Antarctic and Subantarctic. Peter I Island is 11 by 19 kilometres (6.8 by 11.8 mi) long and 156 square kilometres (60 sq mi),
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AN-004R.jpgAN-004 Peter I Island8 viewsPeter I Island (Norwegian: Peter I Øy)[1] is an uninhabited volcanic island in the Bellingshausen Sea, 450 kilometres (280 mi) from continental Antarctica. It is claimed as a dependency of Norway, and along with Bouvet Island and Queen Maud Land comprises one of the three Norwegian dependent territories in the Antarctic and Subantarctic. Peter I Island is 11 by 19 kilometres (6.8 by 11.8 mi) long and 156 square kilometres (60 sq mi),
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an-006.jpgAN-006 Antarctica Graham Land West (Biscoe Islands) group8 viewsGalindez Island is an island 0.8 kilometres (0.5 mi) long, lying immediately east of Winter Island in the Argentine Islands, Wilhelm Archipelago. The Ukrainian Vernadsky Research Base is at Marina Point on Galindez Island
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an-006r.jpgAN-006 Antarctica Graham Land West (Biscoe Islands) group8 viewsGalindez Island is an island 0.8 kilometres (0.5 mi) long, lying immediately east of Winter Island in the Argentine Islands, Wilhelm Archipelago. The Ukrainian Vernadsky Research Base is at Marina Point on Galindez Island
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AN-007.jpgAN-007 South Georgia Island8 viewsSouth Georgia (Spanish: Isla San Pedro) is an island in the southern Atlantic Ocean that is part of the British Overseas territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. The main settlement is Grytviken. South Georgia is 167.4 kilometres (104 mi) long and 1.4 to 37 km (0.9 to 23.0 miles) wide.[1]
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AN-008.jpgAN-008 South Orkney Islands8 viewsThe South Orkney Islands are a group of islands in the Southern Ocean, about 604 kilometres (375 mi) north-east of the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula[1] and 844 kilometres (524 mi) south-west of South Georgia Island. They have a total area of about 620 square kilometres (240 sq mi). The islands are claimed both by Britain (as part of the British Antarctic Territory since 1962, previously as a Falkland Islands Dependency), and by Argentina as part of Argentine Antarctica.
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AN-008R.jpgAN-008 South Orkney Islands8 viewsThe South Orkney Islands are a group of islands in the Southern Ocean, about 604 kilometres (375 mi) north-east of the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula[1] and 844 kilometres (524 mi) south-west of South Georgia Island. They have a total area of about 620 square kilometres (240 sq mi). The islands are claimed both by Britain (as part of the British Antarctic Territory since 1962, previously as a Falkland Islands Dependency), and by Argentina as part of Argentine Antarctica.
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AN-009.jpgAN-009 South Sandwich Islands8 viewsgroup of actively volcanic islets in the South Atlantic Ocean, north of the Weddell Sea and 470 miles (760 km) southeast of the island of South Georgia. They extend for 190 miles (305 km), occupy 120 square miles (310 square km), and are covered with glaciers.
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AN-009R.jpgAN-009 South Sandwich Islands8 viewsgroup of actively volcanic islets in the South Atlantic Ocean, north of the Weddell Sea and 470 miles (760 km) southeast of the island of South Georgia. They extend for 190 miles (305 km), occupy 120 square miles (310 square km), and are covered with glaciers.
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AN-010.jpgAN-010 South Shetland Islands8 viewsThe South Shetland Islands are a group of Antarctic islands with a total area of 3,687 square kilometres (1,424 sq mi). They lie about 120 kilometres (75 mi) north of the Antarctic Peninsula,[1] and between 430 kilometres (270 mi) to 900 kilometres (560 mi) south-west from the nearest point of the South Orkney Islands.
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AN-010R.jpgAN-010 South Shetland Islands8 viewsThe South Shetland Islands are a group of Antarctic islands with a total area of 3,687 square kilometres (1,424 sq mi). They lie about 120 kilometres (75 mi) north of the Antarctic Peninsula,[1] and between 430 kilometres (270 mi) to 900 kilometres (560 mi) south-west from the nearest point of the South Orkney Islands.
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AN-012.jpgAN-012 Antarctica Graham Land West (Palmer Archipelago) group8 viewsPalmer Archipelago, also known as Antarctic Archipelago, Archipiélago Palmer, Antarktiske Arkipel or Palmer Inseln, is a group of islands off the northwestern coast of the Antarctic Peninsula. It extends from Tower Island in the north to Anvers Island in the south. It is separated by the Gerlache and Bismarck straits from the Antarctic Peninsula and Wilhelm Archipelago, respectively
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AN-013.jpgAN-013 Antarctica Trinity Peninsula group8 viewsDundee Island is an ice-covered island lying east of the northeastern tip of Antarctic Peninsula and south of Joinville Island.[
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AN-013R.jpgAN-013 Antarctica Trinity Peninsula group8 viewsDundee Island is an ice-covered island lying east of the northeastern tip of Antarctic Peninsula and south of Joinville Island.[
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AN-016.jpgAN-016 Antarctica8 viewsThe continent (island) of Antarctica
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AN-016R.jpgAN-016 Antarctica8 viewsThe continent (island) of Antarctica
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as-027.jpgAS-027 Asiatic Russia Vrangelya (Wrangel) Island8 viewsWrangel Island is an island in the Arctic Ocean, between the Chukchi Sea and East Siberian Sea. Wrangel Island lies astride the 180° meridian. The International Date Line is displaced eastwards at this latitude to avoid the island
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as-027r.jpgAS-027 Asiatic Russia Vrangelya (Wrangel) Island8 viewsWrangel Island is an island in the Arctic Ocean, between the Chukchi Sea and East Siberian Sea. Wrangel Island lies astride the 180° meridian. The International Date Line is displaced eastwards at this latitude to avoid the island
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as-029r.jpgAS-029 Asiatic Russia Lyakhovskiye Islands8 viewsBolshoy Lyakhovsky Island, or Great Lyakhovsky, is the largest of the Lyakhovsky Islands belonging to the New Siberian Islands archipelago between the Laptev Sea and the East Siberian Sea in northern Russia. It has an area of 4,600 km², and a maximum altitude of 270 m
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as-030.jpgAS-030 Japan Kazan (Volcano) Islands8 viewsIwo To, known in English as Iwo Jima, is one of the Japanese Volcano Islands and lies south of the Bonin Islands. Together with other islands, they form the Ogasawara Archipelago.
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as-030r.jpgAS-030 Japan Kazan (Volcano) Islands8 viewsIwo To, known in English as Iwo Jima, is one of the Japanese Volcano Islands and lies south of the Bonin Islands. Together with other islands, they form the Ogasawara Archipelago.
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as-031.jpgAS-031 Japan Chichi / Haha / Muko Islands;Bonin Islands;Ogasawara8 viewsThe Bonin Islands, also known as the Ogasawara Islands, or, Yslas del Arzobispo, are an archipelago of over 30 subtropical and tropical islands, some 1,000 kilometres directly south of Tokyo, Japan.
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as-032.jpgAS-032 Japan Osumi Islands8 viewsThe Ōsumi Islands is an archipelago in the Nansei Islands, and are the northernmost group of the Satsunan Islands, which is in turn part of the Ryukyu Archipelago. The chain extends from the southern tip of Kyushu to Yakushima. Administratively, the group belongs within Kagoshima Prefecture,
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as-032r.jpgAS-032 Japan Osumi Islands8 viewsThe Ōsumi Islands is an archipelago in the Nansei Islands, and are the northernmost group of the Satsunan Islands, which is in turn part of the Ryukyu Archipelago. The chain extends from the southern tip of Kyushu to Yakushima. Administratively, the group belongs within Kagoshima Prefecture,
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AS-033.jpgAS-033 India Nicobar Islands8 viewsThe Nicobar Islands are an archipelagic island chain in the eastern Indian Ocean. They are located in Southeast Asia, 150 km north of Aceh on Sumatra, and separated from Thailand to the east by the Andaman Sea.
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AS-033R.jpgAS-033 India Nicobar Islands8 viewsThe Nicobar Islands are an archipelagic island chain in the eastern Indian Ocean. They are located in Southeast Asia, 150 km north of Aceh on Sumatra, and separated from Thailand to the east by the Andaman Sea.
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as-036.jpgAS-036 Japan Iki / Tsushima Islands8 viewsTsushima Island (対馬 Tsushima) is an island of the Japanese archipelago situated in-between the Tsushima Strait and Korea Strait, approximately halfway between the Japanese mainland and the Korean Peninsula.[3][4] The main island of Tsushima was once a single island but was divided into two in 1671 by the Ōfunakoshiseto canal and into three in 1900 by the Manzekiseto canal.
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AS-037R.jpgAS-037 Japan Koshikijima Islands8 viewsThe Koshikijima Islands (甑島列島 Koshikishima-rettō[1]) in the East China Sea are an island chain located 38 km west of the port city of Ichikikushikino, Kagoshima.
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as-039.jpgAS-039 Asiatic Russia Komandorskiye (Commander) Islands8 viewsBering Island (Russian: о́стров Бе́ринга, ostrov Beringa) is located off the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Bering Sea. At 90 kilometers (56 mi) long by 24 kilometers (15 mi) wide, it is the largest and westernmost of the Commander Islands, with an area of 1,660 square kilometers (640 sq mi).
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as-040.jpgAS-040 Japan Goto Islands8 viewsThe Gotō Islands are Japanese islands in the East China Sea, off the western coast of Kyūshū. They are part of Nagasaki Prefecture.
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as-040r.jpgAS-040 Japan Goto Islands8 viewsThe Gotō Islands are Japanese islands in the East China Sea, off the western coast of Kyūshū. They are part of Nagasaki Prefecture.
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as-041r.jpgAS-041 Japan Oki Islands8 viewsOki Islands is an archipelago in the Sea of Japan, the islands of which are administratively part of Oki District, Shimane Prefecture, Japan. The islands have a total area of 346.1 square kilometres. Only four of the sixteen named islands are permanently inhabited.
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as-042.jpgAS-042 Asiatic Russia Severnaya Zemlya (North Land)8 viewsSevernaya Zemlya, or "Northern Land," is an archipelago of four large islands and 70 smaller ones in the Russian Arctic, many with charming Soviet-era names like "October Revolution Island" and "Bolshevik Island." The frigid Vilkitsky Strait separates them from the coast of northern Siberia. The islands are uninhabited, except for the temporary inhabitants at the Prima Arctic base.
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